Sony-Ericsson-Mix-Walkman (Rs 6,500): This is the non Android Walkman series phone of Sony Ericsson. It is a full touchscreen phone and runs on Sony Ericsson platform with a user interface similar to Xperia Mini range and has 64 MB RAM.

This music phone from Sony has a 3-inch TFT screen with a resolution of 400 x 240 pixels. The Mix Walkman phone has a 3.15 megapixel camera. It has an internal memory of 256 MB which is expandable up to 32 GB. Connectivity options include GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth and WiFi.


Nokia C5-03 (Rs 7,300): Nokia C5-03 is a mid-range Symbian smartphone offering a 3.2 inch resistive touch screen, 5 megapixel camera, WiFi, A-GPS and micro SDHC card slot. It looks similar to 5800 XpressMusic but has more feature than it.

On the connectivity front, Nokia C5-03 supports GPRS, EDGE, 3G, WiFi and Bluetooth. Users can also charge mobile via the USB port. A 3.5mm audio jack is also provided to attach your favourite headphones.


Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 (Rs 7,350): The Samsung Galaxy Y is a good candidate for someone's first Android smartphone. It runs on 2.3 Gingerbread, and has a 3 inch QVGA display.

It also supports WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, 3.5mm headset jack, 2 MP camera, 830 MHz processor, 180 MB of internal memory and micro SD card support.


Nokia C6 (Rs 13,400): The Nokia C6 comes with a slide-out Qwerty keypad, 3.2 inch touchscreen display, 3G connectivity, 5 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, WiFi and 16 GB expendable memory. It also comes with Ovi Maps 3.3 Touch preinstalled (the rebranded Nokia Maps).

Samsung Galaxy SL I9003 (Rs 18,440): The Samsung I9003 Galaxy S runs on Android 2.3 and has a 4 inch LCD capacitive touchscreen of WVGA (480 x 800 pixel) resolution. It has a 5 MP autofocus camera with face, smile and blink detection.

The Galaxy SL supports GSM and EDGE network and offers WiFi, Bluetooth and USB connectivity. Besides, it has an internal storage of 16 GB which can further be extended upto 32 GB through a microSD card.


LG Optimus Net (Rs 10,450): The LG Optimus Net has a 3.2 inch TFT display featuring a 320 x 480 pixel resolution. The phone runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system that is powered by a 800 Mhz processor. Besides, it has 3 megapixel rear camera, 32 GB expandable memory slot, WiFi, 3G, Bluetooth and a 3.5 mm jack.

The capacitive touchscreen bearing handset has 1500 mAh battery that according to LG provides 12 hours of talktime.
Nokia Asha 200 (Rs 4,370): Nokia dual SIM handset, Asha 200 comes with a Qwerty keypad with a 2.4 inch TFT display screen with resolution of 320 x 240 pixels.

Asha 200 comes with 2 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom and has features like self timer, still image editor for capturing your best pictures. Asha 200 has expandable memory up to 32 GB as well.

You can stay connected to the Internet through GPRS and EDGE facility. Connectivity options like Bluetooth and USB port are also provided in the handset.


Nokia-603 (Rs 14,090): Nokia 603 has a 3.5 inch ClearBlack, scratch-resistant display, which is optimised for use in sunlight. It is powered by a 1 GHz processor that runs its Symbian Belle operating system.

The phone is 3G enabled and comes with 5 MP camera with technologies like red eye deduction, geo-tagging, and face recognition. This is the first smartphone to have an internal FM radio antenna, which means you will not need headset to play FM.

Connectivity features like WiFi, Bluetooth v3.0, NFC and USB 2.0 are all present and so is A-GPS for navigation along with Nokia Maps.

Micromax A75 Superfone Lite (Rs 8,899): This is a dual SIM Android smartphone with Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system and a 650 Mhz processor. It comes with a 3.75 inch HVGA capacitive touchscreen, 3 megapixel back camera with LED flash, and a 0.3 megapixel front camera for video chat.

Besides, this 3G smartphone has WiFi, WiFi hotspot feature, Bluetooth, FM radio, 32 GB expandable memory slot, AGPS, and preloaded applications like Gtalk, WhatsApp and Yahoo Messenger. The slim handset supports the gravity sensor and a CMOS sensor as well.

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